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Winding Up: audio described performance

 

Date:

Sun 08 Aug 2021, 04:00 pm - 6:00pm

Venue:

Circa Theatre
1 Taranaki Street, Te Aro, Wellington
Wellington

Category:

Theatre, Performing Arts

Accessibility:

Wheelchair Access, Accessible Toilets, Mobility Parking

Cost:

$20 access and concession tickets. No charge for an accessibility companion

Website or Reg:

Listed By:

Circa Theatre

Event Contact:

(04) 801 7992

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Circa Theatre is thrilled to let you know that we’ll be having an audio described performance (4pm) and touch tour (3pm to 3.45pm) of Sir Roger Hall's Winding Up on Sunday 8 August with Perry Piercy.

Our audio describer for this event will be Perry Piercy. There will be a touch tour at 3pm and the performance will be at 4pm on Sunday 8 August in Circa Two.

Price: $20 access and concession tickets. No charge for an accessibility companion. Children’s tickets are $15.

Runtime: two hours, including interval.

Booking tickets: please call the Circa Box Office on 04 801 7992, visit in person at 1 Taranaki Street or email circa@circa.co.nz 

Winding Up 

New Zealand’s most popular and successful playwright, Sir Roger Hall has been making us laugh at ourselves for over five decades. His latest outstanding comedy pays a glowing tribute to the holders of the Super Gold card. It revisits not only his signature brilliance in comedy playwriting but also two beloved characters who were at the heart of his smash-hit play, Conjugal Rites, which went on to become a popular British TV series in the 1990s. 

Starring our most celebrated actors Ginette McDonald and Peter Hayden in this sharp, poignant, funny two-hander. 

Boomers Barry and Gen are now enjoying retirement and, having celebrated their Golden Wedding, are facing the dilemmas that come with age. Will they be able go to London to visit their long distant grandchildren? Will they qualify for insurance? What about the Body Corporate? 

Is there too much damn clutter in their lives? And does Barry’s neighbour really fancy him? 

We have reserved the front two rows in the theatre so upon booking, please let us know if you require a front row seat for wheelchair access or a guide dog. 

Please indicate at the time of booking if:  

  • you are a member or guest Blind Citizens New Zealand or Blind and Low Vision NZ   
  • you would like to take part in the touch tour before the show   
  • you require a headset   
  • you need a front row seat for wheelchair access or have a guide dog.  

Please contact us if you have any further questions and we look forward to having you with us.

 
 

 

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